November 24, 2014
When we think of Thanksgiving, some of the thoughts that comes to mind are good food, family, thankfulness, and togetherness. But, sometimes that togetherness can be a bit uncomfortable if you are prone to flatulence after the Thanksgiving meal. Follow the Natren holiday survival strategy so you don’t become a toxic guest on this glorious holiday?
It goes without saying that most of us tend to overindulge and overeat at Thanksgiving. It’s hard not to when you’re looking at a full table spread of comfort foods like turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, casseroles, and pie. That football game marathon won’t be enjoyable for anyone if that food causes bloating and gas afterwards…
So how can you avoid toxic guest syndrome?
If it sounds like that list covers pretty much all your favorite Thanksgiving foods you are correct. But don’t despair, there are a few things you can do to help combat the after diner bloat and toxic wind. Try a few of these tactics and see if you are less likely to break wind:
If you follow our suggestions, you can avoid being the toxic guest and help your family and loved ones have a silent night.
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What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting or chronic disorder that causes muscle pain and an overall feeling of tiredness. People with this condition experience pain and tenderness throughout many parts of their body. It is often associated with other chronic conditions such as Chronic fatigue syndrome, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and more. Anyone can get this but it does occur more frequently in women and often starts in middle age.